Fast Ferries: Ferries, Tickets & Info
Fast Ferries is a Greek ferry company established in 1989 and based in Piraeus. It mainly serves ferry connections between Athens and the islands of the Northern Cyclades and Crete, offering high-end amenities.
Fast Ferries ferry routes
Fast Ferries serves ferry routes to the islands of the Northern Cyclades and, more specifically, to Andros, Tinos, Mykonos, Paros, and Naxos. Fast Ferries ferries travel daily to these islands from the port of Rafina with over 3 departures a day.
A few indicative ferry routes served by Fast Ferries are:
- Rafina (Athens) - Mykonos
- Mykonos - Santorini
- Rafina (Athens) - Andros
- Rafina (Athens) - Tinos
In the summer season, Fast Ferries also operates daily routes from the port Piraeus to the Cyclades, including Syros and Ios, and to Heraklion in Crete.
Fast Ferries fleet & ships
The fleet of Fast Ferries consists of 3 conventional ferries: Fast Ferries Andros, Aikaterini P., Theologos P., and the high-speed vessel Thunder.
Fast Ferries discounts & offers
The ferry company Fast Ferries offers special discounts for specific passenger categories, including:
- Children (6-10 years)
- Students (Greek univerisities)
- Large families
- People with disabilities and accompanying persons
Note: infants up to 5 years old travel for free.
At the same time, the company often promotes limited-time offers for certain routes.
By planning your trip on Ferryhopper, you can find all available offers and discounts, and book ferry tickets with Fast Ferries at no extra cost.
Fast Ferries special amenities & facilities
All the company's ferries have services and facilities for passengers, such as shops, airplane seats and car decks for vehicle transportation.
Moreover, Fast Ferries vessels have specially designed areas and infrastructure for people with disabilities.
Pets are welcome on Fast Ferries ships, but are not allowed in internal areas. The are special on-board areas for pet acccommodation and hygiene. When moving around the deck, pets should always be accompanied, and wear a muzzle and a leash.